Are you?  Do you truly know what it means to be “hydrated”  Too many people suffer from dehydration and they don’t even know it.  Do you suffer from fatigue, brain fog, lack of sleep, lack of concentration, etc?  I can almost guarantee part if not most of the problem is because you’re dehydrated.

Symptons of dehydration can be as severe as to mimic dementia.  Yes dementia!

The solution isn’t neccesarily just water.  I know cause I typically drink 1-2 gallons of water each day, and I know I’m not truly hydrated.

“The nervous system requires different electrolytes or minerals that have an electrical charge to help transmit nerve impulses throughout the body. The four primary electrolytes involved in this process are sodium, potassium, magnesium, and water. Adequate levels of electrolytes must be maintained to produce proper nerve function (Kenney et al., 2020).”

Without enough fluid, our muscles can become extremely sensitive and spasm or contract involuntarily. “The body needs different electrolytes to help perform different muscle functions. The most essential electrolytes for muscle function include calcium, potassium, sodium, and water (Pollock et al., 2014). Calcium helps stimulate actin and myosin activity inside the muscle, and potassium and sodium help transmit the motor signal down the nerve axon. Water, which is electrically conductive, can be considered the main electrolyte of the body because it is involved in most scenarios of bodily function (Kenney et al., 2020). All these essential electrolytes can be found in the foods that we eat or achieved through supplementation. Electrolyte or water imbalance may lead to exercise-associated muscle cramps (Harris & Braun, 2017).”

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